|Mishmash (now in Chiang Mai)|
Updated 12 November 2011
Date of Birth:
End September 2011
Around 15-20kg when fully grown
Background: Mishmash is one of 8 pups rescued along with their mother on 3 November 2011. SCAD volunteer Erik Teer was working with the Kinship Circle animal rescue team in the Rangsit area of Bangkok when the mother and pups were found stranded in the flooded area. The family was rescued and received emergency medical care. Now Mishmash is looking for his forever home.
Features: Mishmash is a real mish-mash of colors, having white, black and brindle colored fur. He has short length fur which will require minimal grooming, cute floppy ears, pretty dark eyes and a long tail. His head is brindle colored with a white stripe on his nose, plus he has a large black spot on his shoulder, back and the base of his tail.
Character: Mishmash is a very friendly puppy and loves affection from humans. He loves playing with toys and playfighting with his brothers and sisters. Like most of the pups in the litter, he is a very active little individual and loves running around.
Elephant Nature Park dog sanctuary, Chiang Mai
Ready to Depart:
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